A guide for C users compares HTML to Java, explains the Java language, tours the HotJava browser, and covers such topics as Object Oriented concepts, using Java with C, networking, and security. Original. (Advanced).
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It seems like every Java book these days claims to be the ultimate resource on the language. The second edition of Special Edition Using Java is a 1,100-plus-page tome that may actually live up to that billing. The book covers not just Java fundamentals but a smorgasbord of advanced topics such as the JDK 1.1 API, server-side Java, the JDBC (Java database connectivity) libraries, and security--even the internal structure of Java class files, right down to meanings of individual Java bytecodes (anyone want to write a compiler?). This book serves both as an exhaustive reference and a friendly mid-level introduction to the hottest programming language around.
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Book Description Que Pub, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0789706040